So it is now exactly a month since my operation. During that time I have basically had to re-learn how to do a lot of things and there is a lesson to definitely be taken from these weeks that have … Continue reading One Month On : Mistakes Were Made!
So recently I wrote a blog entry about having finally completed my transition from male to female, and specifically covering my time at the hospital. In that article I posted a variety of unusual thoughts that I felt throughout my … Continue reading So……what now?
So after 34 years (and change) I have finally completed my transition from male to female. I had my surgery back on October 11th and have been doing a lot of thinking in the days since, and one thing that I realised was that most of the issues I faced during my time in hospital were aspects you’d never think of. Based on that, I have decided to write an article chronicling my time in hospital and the side effects of surgery faced that neither you or I have ever heard about (and believe me, I was prepared). Hopefully this will … Continue reading It’s over, it’s really over!
Six years, two months and twelve days is what it has been in reality, but it feels so much more, and yet the next twenty-eight days will feel longer than that ever did. On July 2nd 2012 I came out … Continue reading 2265 down, 28 to go
On July 2nd 2018 I celebrated six years since I came out as transgender to friends, family and work colleagues. It has been an often awkward, mostly liberating and sometimes uncomfortable six years (seriously, female underwear is exceptionally tight), but … Continue reading “We’re in the end game now!”
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A COPY OF THE ARTICLE THAT I ORIGINALLY WROTE ON MY FILM WEBSITE SORRYNEVERHEARDOFIT.WORDPRESS.COM This post does not contain any new thoughts on the subject, but I feel like I need to share it on … Continue reading Is “Love, Simon” the most accurate LGBT film ever?
Those of you that have been friends with me for a while know that I was eager to move back to Lincoln after spending most of the last six years away, well in March 2018 I finally got my wish, … Continue reading Good news, but all for the wrong reasons
Being transgender is complicated, I came out to friends and family in July 2012, aged 27, starting on hormone replacement therapy in December of the same year. A few days ago I reached the five year anniversary of coming out … Continue reading Five years on, it’s almost here
So as my long term readers will know, I often have trouble with inspiration for this blog. I try to have a mixture of posts, but often they all come back down to my transition from male to female. It is one of the reasons I don’t post that often. Don’t get me wrong, I will happily write about my breast growth and having to save for the operation until I’m blue in the face, but I always try to bring something different. I’m here again lacking inspiration and motivation, so I wanted to try something a bit different and … Continue reading Let’s try something a little different…..
As I have been getting older I have become increasingly aware that things will come and go as time goes on, but today marks one of the saddest days of my life so far as I am saying goodbye to my childhood home. My parents have lived at this house in Lincoln since before I was born, but with me, the youngest of the three children, having moved out some time ago, they no longer felt that they needed a four bedroomed house, especially as they’re now into the latter stages of their life (in the nicest way of saying … Continue reading And it’s gone..